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1 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 1 Closeout Presentation and Final Report Procedures

2 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 2 Format: Closeout Presentation

3 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 3 Format: Final Report Please Note: Recommendations are approved by the full committee and presented at the review closeout briefing. Recommendations SHOULD NOT be changed or altered from the closeout report to the Final Report.

4 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 4 Expectations Present closeout reports in PowerPoint. Forward your sections for each review report (in MSWord format) to Casey Clark, by Monday, August 4, 8:00 a.m. (EDT).

5 OFFICE OF SCIENCE Kurt W. Fisher Committee Chair Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy 5 Closeout Report on the DOE/SC CD-2/3 Review of the Muon g–2 Project Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory July 29-31, 2014

6 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 2.1 Accelerator R. Gerig / Subcommittee Do the proposed technical design and associated implementation approach satisfy the performance requirements? How has the project team ensured that the subsystems will be fully integrated? Are the CD-4 goals reasonable and well defined? 3.Is the management structure and resources adequate to deliver the proposed technical scope within the baseline budget and schedule as specified in the PEP? 4.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-2 complete? 6.Has the project responded satisfactorily to the recommendations from the previous independent project review? 7.Is the detailed design sufficiently mature so that the project can commence procurement and fabrication? Are the current project cost and schedule projections consistent with the baseline cost and schedule in the PEP? Is the contingency adequate for risks? 8.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-3 complete? Findings Comments Recommendations

7 OFFICE OF SCIENCE Storage Ring S. Prestemon, LBNL / Subcommittee 2 1.Do the proposed technical design and associated implementation approach satisfy the performance requirements? How has the project team ensured that the subsystems will be fully integrated? Are the CD-4 goals reasonable and well defined? 3.Is the management structure and resources adequate to deliver the proposed technical scope within the baseline budget and schedule as specified in the PEP? 4.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-2 complete? 6.Has the project responded satisfactorily to the recommendations from the previous independent project review? 7.Is the detailed design sufficiently mature so that the project can commence procurement and fabrication? Are the current project cost and schedule projections consistent with the baseline cost and schedule in the PEP? Is the contingency adequate for risks? 8.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-3 complete? Findings Comments Recommendations

8 OFFICE OF SCIENCE Technical Integration B. Wisniewski, SLAC / Subcommittee 3 1.Do the proposed technical design and associated implementation approach satisfy the performance requirements? How has the project team ensured that the subsystems will be fully integrated? Are the CD-4 goals reasonable and well defined? 3.Is the management structure and resources adequate to deliver the proposed technical scope within the baseline budget and schedule as specified in the PEP? 4.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-2 complete? 6.Has the project responded satisfactorily to the recommendations from the previous independent project review? 7.Is the detailed design sufficiently mature so that the project can commence procurement and fabrication? Are the current project cost and schedule projections consistent with the baseline cost and schedule in the PEP? Is the contingency adequate for risks? 8.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-3 complete? Findings Comments Recommendations

9 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 9 1.Do the proposed technical design and associated implementation approach satisfy the performance requirements? How has the project team ensured that the subsystems will be fully integrated? Are the CD-4 goals reasonable and well defined? 3.Is the management structure and resources adequate to deliver the proposed technical scope within the baseline budget and schedule as specified in the PEP? 4.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-2 complete? 6.Has the project responded satisfactorily to the recommendations from the previous independent project review? 7.Is the detailed design sufficiently mature so that the project can commence procurement and fabrication? Are the current project cost and schedule projections consistent with the baseline cost and schedule in the PEP? Is the contingency adequate for risks? 8.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-3 complete? Findings Comments Recommendations 2.4 Instrumentation M. Ross, SLAC / Subcommittee 4

10 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 10 3.Is the management structure and resources adequate to deliver the proposed technical scope within the baseline budget and schedule as specified in the PEP? 4.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-2 complete? 5.Are ES&H aspects being properly addressed given the project’s current stage of development? 6.Has the project responded satisfactorily to the recommendations from the previous independent project review? 7.Is the detailed design sufficiently mature so that the project can commence procurement and fabrication? Are the current project cost and schedule projections consistent with the baseline cost and schedule in the PEP? Is the contingency adequate for risks? 8.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-3 complete? Findings Comments Recommendations 3. Environment, Safety and Health S. Trotter, ORNL / Subcommittee 6

11 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 11 1.Do the proposed technical design and associated implementation approach satisfy the performance requirements? How has the project team ensured that the subsystems will be fully integrated? Are the CD-4 goals reasonable and well defined? 2.Is the cost estimate and schedule consistent with the plan to deliver the technical scope? Is the contingency adequate for the risk? 3.Is the management structure and resources adequate to deliver the proposed technical scope within the baseline budget and schedule as specified in the PEP? 4.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-2 complete? 6.Has the project responded satisfactorily to the recommendations from the previous independent project review? 7.Is the detailed design sufficiently mature so that the project can commence procurement and fabrication? Are the current project cost and schedule projections consistent with the baseline cost and schedule in the PEP? Is the contingency adequate for risks? 8.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-3 complete? Findings Comments Recommendations 4. Cost and Schedule R. Lutha, DOE/ASO / Subcommittee 5

12 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 12 PROJECT STATUS Project TypeMIE / Line Item / Cooperative Agreement CD-1Planned:Actual: CD-2Planned:Actual: CD-3Planned:Actual: CD-4Planned:Actual: TPC Percent CompletePlanned: _____%Actual: _____% TPC Cost to Date TPC Committed to Date TPC TEC Contingency Cost (w/Mgmt Reserve)$_____% to go Contingency Schedule on CD-4b______months_____% CPI Cumulative SPI Cumulative 4. Cost and Schedule R. Lutha, DOE/ASO / Subcommittee 5

13 OFFICE OF SCIENCE 13 1.Do the proposed technical design and associated implementation approach satisfy the performance requirements? How has the project team ensured that the subsystems will be fully integrated? Are the CD-4 goals reasonable and well defined? 3.Is the management structure and resources adequate to deliver the proposed technical scope within the baseline budget and schedule as specified in the PEP? 4.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-2 complete? 6.Has the project responded satisfactorily to the recommendations from the previous independent project review? 7.Is the detailed design sufficiently mature so that the project can commence procurement and fabrication? Are the current project cost and schedule projections consistent with the baseline cost and schedule in the PEP? Is the contingency adequate for risks? 8.Is the documentation required by DOE Order 413.3B for CD-3 complete? Findings Comments Recommendations 5. Project Management D. Green, FNAL Emeritus / Subcommittee 6


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